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Amazon Web Services Manager on the NetBeans Platform

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Copper Arrow Software Services Ltd is a software company based in Durham, UK. We specialise in producing software and bespoke software. We use the NetBeans Platform for our products and use various other resources to build the final products. We utilise various different services provided by the AWS (Amazon Web Services) cloud platform.

AWS Administrator is a desktop client written in Java and based on the NetBeans Platform:

AWS Administrator is used to control your EC2 instances and resources provided by AWS.

Being based on the NetBeans Platform means that we can add new features or make changes easily, making full use of the modular framework and autoupdate centre. We have made use of various different APIs provided by the NetBeans Platform, including Nodes API, Explorer & Property Sheet API, Actions API, and Dialog API.

Here at Copper Arrow Software Services we plan to create more applications that make use of the AWS cloud and possibly other cloud based platforms as well.

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